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How the U.S. Government Works

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Can You Answer Questions Like These . . . ?

  • How does a bill introduced in Congress become a federal law?
  • What is the President's Cabinet?
  • Are Supreme Court justices elected or are they appointed?

    How the U.S. Government Works gives you interesting answers to these and many more questions about the complex processes in Washington, D.C. that affect every U.S. citizen. You'll find clear descriptions of our nation's three branches of government, the Legislative branch, composed of the Senate and House of Representatives, the Executive branch, headed by the President, and the Judicial branch, headed by the Supreme Court of the United States. Here too are interesting facts about some ways in which the government has changed since the framers of the Constitution brought it into existence in the 18th century, how federal government agencies work for the people's benefit, and much more.

    How the U.S. Government Works makes a fine source for inspiring interesting classroom discussions. It's also a handy reference companion when your social studies teacher assigns a written report. Parents can use it at home to provide basic lessons to their children on U.S. government and civics.

    More fascinating books on government by Syl Sobel

    The Bill of Rights

    The Declaration of Independence

    Presidential Elections and Other Cool Facts

    The U.S. Constitution and You

  • Synopsis:

    A fine classroom supplement and a solid information source for kids writing social studies reports, this updated, easy-to-read book explains the federal system as it works in the United States today. It also discusses some ways in which the government has changed since the framers of the Constitution brought it into existence in the 18th century. Described are the Legislative body, composed of Senate and House of Representatives, the Executive branch, headed by the President with the Cabinet members, and the Judicial branch, headed by the Supreme Court of the United States, and extending to federal courts throughout the nation. New in this edition are facts about how a bill becomes a law, the various departments in the Executive branch, and more. Young readers learn how officials are elected or appointed and how government agencies work for the people's benefit. A complex process is explained in interesting terms that young readers can comprehend.

    About the Author

    Syl Sobel, J.D., is Director, Publications and Media Division, Federal Judicial Center in Washington, D.C., and the author of several books for young readers that describe how government works.

    Product Details

    ISBN:
    9780764147920
    Author:
    Sobel, Syl
    Publisher:
    Barron's Educational Series
    Author:
    Sobel J. D., Syl
    Author:
    Syl Sobel, J.D.
    Subject:
    Politics & Government
    Subject:
    Children s-Peace and Justice
    Edition Description:
    Trade paper
    Publication Date:
    20120231
    Binding:
    TRADE PAPER
    Grade Level:
    from 2 up to 6
    Language:
    English
    Pages:
    48
    Dimensions:
    9.25 x 7 in
    Age Level:
    from 7 up to 12

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    "Synopsis" by , A fine classroom supplement and a solid information source for kids writing social studies reports, this updated, easy-to-read book explains the federal system as it works in the United States today. It also discusses some ways in which the government has changed since the framers of the Constitution brought it into existence in the 18th century. Described are the Legislative body, composed of Senate and House of Representatives, the Executive branch, headed by the President with the Cabinet members, and the Judicial branch, headed by the Supreme Court of the United States, and extending to federal courts throughout the nation. New in this edition are facts about how a bill becomes a law, the various departments in the Executive branch, and more. Young readers learn how officials are elected or appointed and how government agencies work for the people's benefit. A complex process is explained in interesting terms that young readers can comprehend.
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